Henry W. McLaughlin, attorney-at-law, former Executive Director of Central Virginia Legal Aid Society, has been fighting home foreclosures for years.

The Law Office of Henry McLaughlin, PC focuses on prevention of home foreclosures.

This law firm also handles Credit Reporting Problems, Personal Injury cases, Traffic Defense, Landlord/Tenant Disputes, and Family Law cases (including Divorces). 

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I am a Virginia lawyer with experience representing homeowners facing foreclosures.  Under certain circumstances, I may be able to help prevent foreclosure without resort to bankruptcy.  I can’t tell whether that is so without reviewing documents related to the mortgage loan and the foreclosure process.

My experience in representing homeowners facing foreclosures has been mainly in cases involving claims on behalf of homeowners that lenders (a) materially violated the federal Truth and Lending Act; (b) failed to abide by mortgage requirements to follow a FHA regulation for foreclosure of homes; (c)  failed to properly appoint substitute trustees on deeds of trust to conduct foreclosures; or (d) failed to send proper 30-day cure notices when that was required.

For those in Virginia facing foreclosure or eviction after foreclosure, I offer a free consultation to look over your relevant papers to give you legal advice on whether or not there may be grounds to stop   foreclosure without bankruptcy.

If you decide you want such a free consultation, please call my office at (877) 575-0258 to learn how to email or fax me your papers regarding your mortgage loan and foreclosure notice.

Because time is of the essence, my offer of a free consultation is conditioned on someone at my office speaking directly to you at least ten days before the date scheduled for a foreclosure of your home.

My initial consultation will be free.  You will not owe me anything unless and until (1) you decide to retain me for a fee; (2) I agree to represent you on that basis; (3) you and I sign a written retainer agreement.  I will advise you in detail regarding the amount you would have to pay for my legal work and out-of-pocket expenses if you decide to retain me for a fee.